In a speech that struck a chord with many fans, Oritz thanked the mayor, the governor, the police department and everyone else involved in capturing 19-year-old suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. He also declared “this is our f*#!ing city, and nobody’s gonna to dictate our freedom.”
It may not have been the most appropriate language for a baseball game, but after a terrifying manhunt and the tragedy caused by the bombing, I think it was exactly what Bostonians wanted to hear.
Check out Oritz’s speech here:
A ‘sex’ tape of Jennifer Lopez and ex-husband Ojani Noa has been stolen, and Lopez’s lawyers are demanding the return of it, reports CTV.
Lopez is claiming that Ojani’s manager, Ed Meyer, has taken it without her permission. Her lawyer, Cris Armenta, sent a letter to him demanding he appear in court Wednesday to return the footage.
“Claudia Vazquez will bring an ex parte application for relief, or whatever is proper, against you for removing home video data drive from Claudia Vazquez’s home,” the letter reads.
“You were on notice of the order and using false pretences, you removed the drive from her house. You have been asked to return it by Claudia Vazquez, myself, and law enforcement authorities. Bring the drive with you to court. We intend to ask the Court to order you to hand the drive to Jennifer Lopez’s attorney’s immediately.”
Meyer has confirmed that he has the tape, and plans to take it to court. Lopez recently won an injunction against the sale of the video.
“I’ll be in court this morning with the data drive… I’m going to ask that a retired judge be appointed by the court to keep the videos instead of Jay Lavely, Jennifer’s attorney,” said Meyer.
Meyer claims there are “about 15-20 minutes of total nudity between all the different clips among the 27 hours of footage” between Noa and Lopez.
Yikes, for Lopez’s sake, I hope she gets it back and burries it far, far away. Why do celebrities insist on making these tapes? They always get out. Always.